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Remarks During Symposium: Is There a Constitutional Right to Vote and Be Represented?: The Case of the District of Columbia

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Anthony Paul Farley

Albany Law School

Date Written: 1999

Abstract

Remarks on rule fetishism, democracy, colonialism, racism, violence, and the right to vote. The speaker, a former Assistant United States Attorney for the District of Columbia, describes the District as a colony and analyzed its problems as symptoms of its colonial relationship to the rest of the nation.

Symposium hosted by the American University Law review and the Program on Law and Government of the Washington College of Law.

Keywords: Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Frantz Fanon, Equal Protection, 14th Amendment, 15th Amendment, Jurisprudence, Postcolonial, Voting Rights

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Farley, Anthony Paul, Remarks During Symposium: Is There a Constitutional Right to Vote and Be Represented?: The Case of the District of Columbia (1999). American University Law Review, Vol. 48, 1999. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1536750

Anthony Paul Farley (Contact Author)

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